Keno Schemes That Work

by Eden on February 4th, 2016

[ English ]

It might not usually be seen as the sexiest game in the world of gaming, but keno has loads of fanatical admirers. And why not? It’s a consistently entertaining lottery-like game that’s a snap to pickup, abundantly available in many assorted variations, and one that may pay out millions of dollars for players who master its many subtle intricacies. But let’s begin with the basic rules here.

When explaining keno to amateurs, some wagering experts compare it to lotto. This is at least nearly correct, in that each game is basically numerical. But to take that comparison too far is likely to be to undervalue the good many unique aspect that make keno so entertaining. Not like bingo, keno enthusiasts have the ability to choose the numbers for each and every card.

Keno cards have a grand total of eighty numbers, but the player is given an additional degree of personal responsibility by being able to decide on as numerous (or as few) numbers as he or she wants. And it doesn’t take a keno superstar to ascertain how to fill out a card: all you do is circle or otherwise mark all of your chosen numbers with a every day oldball point pen like you used back in the day.

After you’ve picked your numbers, take the keno card back to the keno pit manager at the keno booth. The person will record those numbers and then give you a receipt. Do not drop this (potentially) valuable bit of paper! Even if the keno pit manager remembers your face and would like to help out, without a winning receipt in hand, you will win exactly $.00 for your time spent.

Ok, there you have strategy numero uno: always take care to keep your keno slip. Let’s move on to something a little more complicated, ok?

Once you’ve checked off your numbers, settle into a nice keno booth and watch the action take place on a monitor. That is where the winning numbers appear for all to see. If you checked winners, mark your card aptly. Be sure not to take your time, or sit there congratulating yourself for too great a length of time. You are required to get back to the keno stand to collect your winnings, since a new drawing will most likely start up within a few minutes.

Strategy number two: always make sure to get back to the keno booth on time!

Since you don’t trust yourself to beat that five-minute deadline every time, you always have the option of buying a "multi-race" ticket. These include the same set of your selected numbers on anywhere from 2 to 20 slips. When the maximum amount of games (matching the number of tickets) is played out, you should then get off your lazy bum and go get your winnings.

Yet another alternative is referred to as a "stray and play" keno slip, which usually lets you make number picks for thirty games or more. Gosh, you can take a Swedish massage and not have to worry about getting back in time to collect your numbers. Most "stray and play" game tickets are good for up to a whole year after you by it!

And now you know a number of required techniques for winning keno. If you are a good keno player, they might seem to be quite obvious. But it won’t hurt to brush up on the fundamentals, and if you are a novice user, every little bit of information will help make your keno experience more agreeable.

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